Tag Archives: Child’s Play

Can I have a lick please?

I shot this one Saturday at the Little India Street Fest in Toronto. It was one of those very lucky hip shots where I barely had time to raise my camera and fire off a shot without thinking or composing. … Continue reading

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Things I learned when I was that age

Things I learned when I was that age: How the things to be afraid of don’t hide in a dark closet; how to be silent in the face of rage; how to not stand out; how to run; how to … Continue reading

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Milkay Photography’s New Book

Quick post to draw your attention to Tracy’s latest artistic venture – a new book via Blurb called Child’s Play. I’ve seen many of the images on Tracy’s blog and must say they are stunning. The images included in the … Continue reading

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